This month’s question offers us the opportunity to explore the pace of life and our workplaces and how we can be, in amongst it all
There are always topical issues circulating around our workplaces, sometimes specific to our particular work, sometimes bigger societal questions. In this section of the Nurturing Care Nurturing Nurses and Midwives website, we are going to put things on the table, pose questions for discussion and unpick some of the nitty gritty bits about life and the lessons on offer every day.
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A point of madness… so much distraction and deviation from the truth of nurturing care
A few taster pieces inspired by the current hot topic. If you would like to add anything please send contributions to firstname.lastname@example.org
With all the roles we have in life, how do we prioritise being true to ourselves?
Some beautiful sharing from nurses and midwives around the world about holding steady in amongst all the roles they have in life.
The impact of the restrictions… have they impeded our ability to care and connect?
The most recent hot topic was bound to be something to do with covid; we have been living with it for over twelve months now. So, in conversation with colleagues, we posed the above question and gathered these responses to share…
What does self care mean to you?
A team of colleagues were talking about self care the other day, a topic that is much discussed at the moment, and the question ‘What does self care mean?’ was posed. It stopped us in our tracks because, like so many buzz words, we realised that there are many interpretations of self care. So, we put it on the table as the next hot topic for Nurturing Care Nurturing Nurses and Midwives. And this is what people had to say:
The nurse, the midwife, the mother, the woman
When we realised that one week in May includes the ‘International day of the midwife’, ‘International day of the nurse’ and ‘Mother’s Day’, the NCNNM team decided to pose a question to colleagues about what this means to them. Under the working title of, ‘The nurse, the midwife, the mother, the woman’ this is what some colleagues shared.